Surge in registrations for Howarth trade day

Published:  30 September, 2016

Howarth Timber and Building Supplies reports huge numbers of people registering for the merchant’s trade day at Elland Road on 24 November.

The number of delegates attending the event is already set to exceed last year's total and, at the latest count, 75 brands had signed up to exhibit to a huge audience at Leeds United's Elland Road Conference Centre.

Along with product demonstrations and exclusive deals from exhibitors, attendees will be able to tap in to expert advice from some of the UK's foremost building specialists, and attend seminars on the very latest industry developments.

There will be a free breakfast for the first 100 delegates to walk through the door on the day itself, and among the many competition prizes up for grabs are 300 pairs of tickets for Leeds United's home match against Aston Villa, which Howarth Timber are giving away to anyone who spends more than £200+VAT in a single transaction.

Nicholas Howarth, managing director of Howarth Timber, said: "We would urge anyone hoping to attend the Trade Day Bonanza to register as soon as possible. The event promises to be another fantastic celebration of the timber and building supplies industry, and we are delighted to be able to offer attendees a close look at the very latest products, demonstrated by leading experts in the field."

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